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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    What does compensation typically cover?


    From accidents at work to holiday injuries and illnesses, when you suffer harm and distress through no fault of your own, you may want to consider a claim for personal injury compensation.

    Whether you have suffered an acutely debilitating injury at work or a severe long-term tropical illness, Accident Advice Helpline can help you determine liability and your eligibility to claim.

    What can I claim compensation for?

    Every compensation claim is calculated on an individual basis, as all accidents are unique to a certain degree. With this is mind, it is never possible to instantaneously provide victims of personal injury with an exact compensation figure.

    Why? The level of compensation is typically calculated to cover financial costs or losses, in addition to any reward given for the injuries, illness, harm and distress you have experienced. The effects of injury or illness are different for every personal injury victim, and as such all claims for personal injury compensation are handled on an individual basis.

    Yet, no matter the nature or severity of your accident, your claim will always be intended to cover these two fundamentals:

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    • Reimbursement for financial costs and losses
    • An award for immediate and long-term physical or psychological effects

    Am I eligible to claim compensation?

    To claim compensation you must have been involved in an adverse incident within the last three years and as such sustained an injury or illness. You must also be able to prove that you are not responsible for the accident that caused your injury.

    If you meet the above criteria and if you are able to support your claim with evidence to suggest liability and medical documentation, it is likely that you will be eligible to claim personal injury compensation.

    As previously stated, however, all personal injury claims are unique and therefore to determine liability and your eligibility to claim, it is always best to speak with a specialist, such as a member of our legal team at Accident Advice Helpline.

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    With over 15 years’’ experience assisting victims of personal injury, from work-related illness to accidents on holiday, at Accident Advice Helpline, we are the experts in ensuring you receive the compensation you are entitled to.

    For more information on the claims process, and for a free initial consultation, speak with one of our friendly advisors today via freephone helpline number, 0800 689 0500. Lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    Date Published: April 6, 2016

    Author: Accident Advice

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